iPad and iPod Touch
The iPad and iPod Touch is a natural fit for today's mobile learners and for incorporating 21st Century Skills into the classroom.
Check out these resources to find out how teachers and administrators are integrating Touches into the classroom.
Grey Culbreth Middle School ran a pilot project last year. In January, 2010, they moved to a 1:1 Touch program. Click here for videos about the program.
In addition, Susan Wells, Principal of Culbreth Middle School, has an ongoing discussion here.
Another discussion on the Classroom 2.0 website, iPhone/iPod Touch Classroom Applications, can be found here.
Tony Vincent Learning in Hand. Click here
Mobile Apps for Education Livebinder A wealth of links to mobile technology and its use in the classroom. (iPad users-- you can also find great information in the iPod Touch section.) Click here.
Aptivities "It's the application of apps" Click here
58 Interesting Ways to Use an iPad in the Classroom. Click here
iPod Touch in the Classroom. Includes some apps review and a how to on using Google Forms as a data collection tool on your Touch. Click here
iNtouch School Norfolk City Schools are in the midst of implementing over 450 iPod Touches for Special Education students. A good source of on the ground advice, recommended apps and lesson plans. Click here
INtouch School Top 50 apps. Click here
The Complete List of iPad Tips, Tricks and Tutorials from How-To Geek Click here
iPod Touch in the Language Arts 7 classroom. Includes classroom management tips.Click here
iPad Apps for Administrators Click here.
How to set up an iTunes App Store account without a credit card, from Apple Support. Click here.
Pockets of Potential: Using Mobile Technologies to Promote Children's Learning (and other publications from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Street Workshop covering learning in these digital and mobile times) can be found here.
New Media Consortium's Horizon Reports focusing on current and emerging trends in educational technology can be found here.